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Training and Education for Today’s Rapidly Changing Supply Chain Landscape

Our profession is advancing rapidly and changing almost daily, posing new challenges to the supply management professional. As our industry evolves, so does ISM training. We are the only supply management association that provides training in all areas of our supply management profession.

We stay on top of trends and changes to keep our training relevant to what our members expect and need for success. With globally-recognized training programs, ISM education is respected across industries within supply management.

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Ways to Train in Supply Chain Management

ISM offers a variety of ways to get the training you need for success and advancement.

Classroom In-Person Training

From in-depth seminars delivered around the US to onsite training delivered by global supply management industry experts around the world, our classroom offers individuals focused learning with their instructors and the ability to network and engage with other attendees.

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Live Online Training

ISM offers a robust suite of live online training opportunities, recognizing that virtual learning is both convenient and economical. Choose from short, info-packed webinars to more in-depth virtual classroom and guided study courses where you get the benefit of live instruction.

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Self-Paced Training

ISM provides a library of self-paced learning from hot topic, on-demand webinars, to interactive skill-based e-learning. These offerings are designed for the busy professional. You get the flexibility to study anytime, anywhere.

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Upcoming Education

  • February

    09

    2022

    VIRTUAL CLASS

    Financial Analysis

    Analyzing financial data, using benchmarking metrics and supply data to understand a supplier’s financial situation and market position, help ensure your organization can develop and execute an appropriate supplier engagement strategy. Learn how to analyze supplier financial health to protect your organization.

    Online
    Milagros M Henn
  • February

    10

    2022

    A must-see webinar for all sourcing professionals. On December 23, 2021, the Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act (UFLPA) was signed into law. The UFLPA is a law designed to ensure that goods made in the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region (XUAR) of China do not enter the US market. The potential impact of the UFLPA on procurement and supply chain operations could be significant, particularly in specific industries. In this members-only webinar, you will learn how this new US Federal law will impact procurement, including multi-tier sourcing implications. Led by attorneys Frederic D. Bellamy and Dennis Hall, you’ll learn about how the legislation is being implemented and practical tips for assessing supply chain risks.

    Online
  • February

    10

    2022

    Join our Women’s Supply Management Community for a fun hour of virtual speed networking. Come get to know a handful of new people within our growing community.

    *ISM membership is not required to attend this meeting. All are welcome.

  • February

    17

    2022

    MEMBER WEBINAR
    Member Only

    Quarterly State of Risk Update

    Join the executive leaders from ISM and Resilinc as they continue the quarterly discussion of risk and resilience within the supply chain. Hear from ISM CEO Tom Derry and Resilinc CEO Bindiya Vakil as they share insights about the current state of the profession and how organizations are maneuvering the challenges of the pandemic era. This session delves into insights around the lockdowns in China, the upcoming Chinese New Year and Olympics in China, as well as impacts of the Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act.

    Online
  • February

    23-24

    2022

    Supplier Relationship Management (SRM) is the process by which an organization works with its suppliers to accomplish common goals or objectives. SRM is vital to the success of your organization’s top and bottom line. As a supply management professional, you play an essential role in the success of these relationships. And, the more skilled you are at navigating and managing these relationships, the more valuable you will be to your organization. This course will provide you with impactful strategies and models to optimize the performance of your suppliers. You’ll learn how to effectively partner with internal stakeholders to segment and manage your supplier relationships. Gain knowledge and skills to identify and execute relationship strategies to improve overall efficiency, performance, accountability, compliance and value.

    Online
    Ralph L Carlton II, CPSM